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The Deli's SXSW Issue 2014 is online!

Read it digitally here.

P.S. 10k free copies of this issue hit the street of Austin during SXSW Music week!

The Deli NYC's issue #48 is online! Brooklyn Synth Expo / Electronic Music issue!

Ladies and Gents,

We are proud to unveil (for now just digitally) issue #48 of The Deli Magazine NYC. It's an issue entirely focused on Electronic music, featuring a gear section focused on our upcoming Brooklyn Synth Expo, and many Q&As with the most promising emerging electronic bands about their favorite synths. On the cover, EDM-World duo SOFI TUKKER; inside, a feature about NYC's LGBT Hip Hop scene and a two page article about nu-soul up and coming diva Cruel Youth.

The print version of it will hit the streets of NYC on Friday November 4th.

Hope you enjoy it!

The Folks at The Deli

P.S. Check out Sofi Tukker's new video for 'Awoo,' streaming below.

4 of the Best Emering NYC Artists in 2016: The Lemon Twigs, Maggie Rogers, Margaret Glaspy and Sofi Tukker

Check out the four NYC artists we covered in the latest issue of The Deli's Fresh Buzz section - they are the best of what's coming up! You can read about them here.

 

Slow Sugar releases single 'Pieces,' performs at Rockwood Music Hall on 10.4

Despite the word “slow” in their moniker, NYC based duo band Slow Sugar is reeling in listeners at supersonic speed with the release of their single “Pieces” (streaming below). Following the triumphant debut of “Hypnotic Love” (also streaming, released about a month ago), “Pieces” will drown your ears in a sea of rich harmonics born from cascading chord progressions, a sonorous, downtempo beat, and Danielle Harris' sensual, soulful vocals. Catch them live at Rockwood Music Hall on October 4 and get ready—an EP is underway. - Ashley Muniz

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Uni Ika Ai unveils video for 'Soft in Ice'

We called Brooklyn's Uni Ika Ai (pronounced: oo-knee ee-kuh eye) "dream pop' in July, but their new single 'Soft in Ice,' whose video we are streaming below, paints a more complex picture, one of a band not afraid to experiment with not so popular BPMs (the plodding "mid tempo") and harmonic content (dissonance, noise, and an initial melody that's not exactly a ray of sunshine), but still able to resolve these dark tensions through a chorus that delivers a big "prog-chestral" melodic opening, leading to a dissonant distorted sax solo that David Bowie would have loved to hear. The black and white (but mostly black) visuals beautifully underline the existential content of the lyrics. This would definitely be a candidate to be our video of the month if we only had such a thing!

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